Essential Safety Precautions For Felling Your Tree

Posted on: 19 September 2014

Your large tree has provided your yard with shade and beauty for several years. However, you now need to cut it down for either safety or landscaping reasons. Felling your tree is a dangerous task—regardless of its size. Utilize these safety precautions to ensure that you can fell your tree without risking injury, property damage, or even death. Remove Nearby Hazards Even relatively small trees can cause severe damage to nearby cars.
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Do Not Become A Victim Of Your Move

Posted on: 15 September 2014

If you are like most homeowners, you work hard to plan your move. This is especially true when it is a long distance move from state to state. You try to anticipate anything that can go wrong, and although you put significant safeguards in place things can still happen. Along with all of the great moving companies that are out there, there has been an increased number of unscrupulous movers that are now on the market.
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Flushing Out The Truth: Toilet Myths You Shouldn't Believe

Posted on: 29 August 2014

If you enjoy sharing interesting bits of trivia to entertain your friends and family, you are going to love these little-known truths about toilets. This list dispels commonly believed myths and offers a few tips for avoiding germs in public bathrooms. Myth: Sir Thomas Crapper Invented the flush toilet. Nearly everyone believes this myth, but it simply isn't so, explains Snopes. Although he was a British plumber who knew his way around a toilet, the modern flush toilet predates Thomas Crapper.
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3 Steps to Planning Your New Central Air System

Posted on: 28 August 2014

If you are relying on open windows and ceiling fans to keep your house cool during the hot summer months, then you should consider installing a central air conditioning system in your home to maximize your comfort. However, central air systems, while efficient and practical, require the assistance and careful planning of an air conditioning contractor. Below are the steps that an air conditioning contractor will need to take before installing a central air system in your home.
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